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capitol. >> plus, giving back with a helping hand and a hot meal. victims of hurricane katrina say it's their turn to make a difference in the aftermath of super storm sandy. fox 5 morning news at 7:00 starts right now. >> this is fox 5 morning news. >> wow. good morning to you. it's monday november 12th , 2012. the sun is peaking through the clouds there. >> pretty. >> tucker says it's going to be a nice day at least for a little while. it is monday november 12th. good morning to you. >> and i'm allison seymour. i can't wait another second. what is this going on? >> what else do you need to know? >> i don't have a degree so it's not credible. >> he does have one degree. >> i do have a degree. >> wisdom and i will put this
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forecast together for you. it's going to be a nice start but if you want the sun enjoy the next couple hours. eventually rain showers associated with our next cold front that is moving through indiana and ohio. not going to rain today but it will start to turn cloudy by late morning and this afternoon. much of your day will fay tour cloud cover. one more very mild day. yesterday we got to 71. today we'll be in the upper 60s. comfortable day. it's a little cool out there. 52 degrees. 51 at dulles. 42 degrees. here's your forecast for today and clouds will increase and our temperatures will remain mild. should be dry for your day today. rain gets in here later tonight. more details in just a couple minutes. let's do traffic and get the latest from julie. >> good morning. things are getting heated out here. we're kind of busy . problems here to report. traveling the outer
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loop of the beltway before 214, accident involving a motorcyclist, the left side is blocked here. as you continue on the outer loop. this is where we had accident activity with police on the scene. this is what's tying up a portion on the northbound side. southbound lanes are open. finally wrapping it up on the west side of town eastbound on 66 nice easy trip. no trouble spots to eport but there is a crash 234. that's a check of your fox 5 on time traffic. >> our big story this morning, there are new questions surrounding david patreass. >> more details about the investigation into his affair. and melanie is live in the news room. the fbi may have known for quite some time. >> that's right. been investigating since early summer
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and he didn't have anything to do with these harassing e-mails but aides close to the general have expressed concerns may have had inappropriate access and that is what led to his decision to resign. >> as he closed out his career, paula was often by his side. a level of access that helped launch her one book career. >> i said i'm going to go for it. i'm not sure he took me eriously. >> there may be new questions about whether he knew and disseminated classified information. we now know the fbi was aware of the affair for months. part of an investigation that began from threatening e-mails that was sent to a family member. and there are questions of timing. was the information held until after the election to protect the president? the white house says no but law
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makers felt blindsided. >> when she's questions came up, i took the action myself to try to find out and then informed my vice chairman and i talked to the director twice. this is very hard stuff. >> and he was scheduled to testify before congress this week about what the cia knew about the attack on the u.s. consulate two months ago that killed four americans including a u.s. ambassador. now he will be a no show. but possible he could still face a subpoena. >> i don't see how in the world you can find out what happened in benghazi if he doesn't testify. >> also asking for congress to create a joint committee to look into the affair and potential security risks. the wall street
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journal reports his computer contained classify documents that they both deny the general was the classified source. >> thank you very much. meanwhile, president obama is focusing on that fiscal cliff. he's inviting labor leaders to the white house tomorrow and wednesday he will meet with the business community. following his re-election he wanted to build a consensus to prevent the tax hikes and spending cuts. the kick in the fiscal congress budget does not do anything to stop him. >> president obama paying tribute at a veteran's day ceremony at arlington national ceremony. the wreath he laid at at the tomb. >> veteran's day was yesterday but being observed today. >> over at the vietnam
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memorial, a special event marked the 30th anniversary of the dedication and 50th anniversary of the beginning of the vietnam war. 4 million visitors every year. >> and at the world war ii memorial, they are dwindling since the war ended. since it fell on a sunday, federal workers have today off and the post office is closed. >> new this morning, more than 75 firefighters were called to a maryland home after flames brach out after 1:00 a.m. the fire department says two adults and one child were inside but made it out okay. no word on the cause. a house in montgomery county is a total loss after a late night fire. you can see
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the home in dickerson, maryland. investigators have not said anything about what caused this particular blaze. >> the manager of a taco bell is fighting for his life after being shot. he was shot after he confronted people who were fighting in the parking lot. he made it back into the restaurant and two employees called 911. police are looking for two men. he is listed in critical condition. investigators hope this video will help them catch two men who held up a 7-11. happened almost two weeks ago. police believe the robbery might be related to similar crimes in that area. >> now to a developing story in new york and new jersey where two weeks after super storm
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sandy, 120,000 people are still in the long. the long island power authority has the most customers out with around 100,000. in new jersey, 14,000 customers are without power. power companies say it isn't safe because a lot of the wiring is still flooded. but frustrations are growing. >> i am very unhappy because we pay the highest rates in the country out of 50 states and just terrible. like we don't exist. >> i think everybody shares that frustration. i think really the question is right now how quick are they going to get it on to houses that can accept power. that's really the last big chunk we have on the new york side from the storm. >> areas that still reeling are encountering a new phenomenon.
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disaster tourists. but at the same time they can see the side of things like boats picked up and left on the streets can be amazing despied what's happening there. hurricane sandy victims are getting help from all over the country including people who know firsthand what it's like to live through the disaster. >> survivors of hurricane katrina showed up to help. >> sandy's surge ruined hundreds of homes. we found hundreds of volunteers today working hard to pick up the pieces. >> flood waters reached above the windows. this morning several people he didn't know helped him clear out the debris. >> touching, heart warming is not near enough a word to describe how you feel when these things are going on. people take time to come out here and help. >> thank you very much.
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>> also feeling overwhelmed. debris everywhere in the backyard and this group just showed up and started cleaning up. >> without these 25 hands with me, i wouldn't be able to do anything. >> among the hundreds of workers and volunteers and there are hundreds assisting, we found this crew. they drove up from new orleans. they know firsthand about the struggles that lie ahead in this community. >> it's called love. >> served with love from hurricane katrina victims like walt who drove up from louisiana to help those suffering from sandy. >> we pay it forward. you came to us from our need now this is help from new orleans. >> we were lined up getting more things. it's nice to give back. >> the out pouring of love and support and help is so overwhelming.
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>> she and her family lost hr home but pulled these photos and little aiden says they haven't lost their faith. >> he brings tears to my heart. >> fox 5 news. >> like a child to keep everything in perspective. >> still ahead on fox 5 morning news, a look at resignation at cia director here at home and overseas. >> and an unbelievable scene in indiana, hundreds of homeowners without a place to call their own. >> and helping the nation's homeless veterans. details about a program that helps put a roof over their heads. >> and a live look outside on this veteran's day, monday. got the latest weather and traffic from tucker and julie. that's next. 7:11 now. ♪
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another inside attack in afghanistan making headlines. a gun man wearing after afghan army uniform shot and killed a service member. no word on his identity or nationality. 60 members so far this year. >> all right a scary scene inside a michigan police station. the man walked into a lobby, pulled out a handgun and pointed it at an officer who was behind bulletproof glass. after the man refused to put down the gun, officers exchanged gunfire. the suspect was killed. an officer was shot in the shoulder but is expected to be okay. the officer said to the sus -- said the suspect didn't say anything.
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he just had a blank stare on his face. >> not clear what caused a blast that left about 200 homeless. the explosion damaged 80 homes. 30 so badly, they may have to be demolished. >> the windows and frames, everything came in through the house and my wife started screaming and i didn't know what was going on. >> a vigil was held last night for the two people killed. investigators are headed to the scene to help determine a cause. >> all right. here's tucker. sunny and bright. >> it's a monday. trying to wake myself up. >> nice start to your day. sunshine out at the moment. it's going to cloud up here before long. >> we had a great weekend. >> still going to be in the
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upper 60s today. want you to see what's lurking. >> can't find one thing to complain about. >> 48 this morning in new york city. 49 in richmond. out to the west , ohio is 55 degrees. check out chicago now, 31. 24 degree difference there in temperatures as that front moves through. 54 in columbus. cooler air headed in our direction here. sunshine for the next hour or two and the clouds start to move in from the west. you'll see bits and pieces and we should remain dry. later tonight and overnight tonight into tomorrow and the good news the front is moving fast, right back in the sunshine tomorrow afternoon. noticeably cooler. upper 60s today and daytime highs tomorrow. struggle to get to 50 believe it or not. don't put the jackets away quite yet.
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52 tomorrow. and bounce around in the 50s for the remainder of the week. sunshine for much of this week. and good eating weather upksgiv. >> don't say it. i'm determined this year i'm not going to go through this. the same thing over and over. the wonderful holiday season, we eat too much and look at the mirror and say what have we done? >> it's tradition. you have to do it. >> i'm going to go through it? why not? >> okay. we're all going to gain a couple pounds. get on board. >> i think i have during this segment alone. girl, how do you pass up the greens and the sweet potatoes? >> i was a full. >> she's talking crazy. all right. on the roads, southbound 270 no trouble spots reported right now south of 118 headed out towards the split.
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federal holiday as we honor those serving, our hov rules have been lifted. 295 out to the west along 66. no trouble spots to report here. and you'll find light traffic volume eastbound on 66. the accident we mentioned last time around bw parkway have all cleared. >> thank you. they fought for our nation and now they need their country to fight back for them. >> homeless veterans that got help in dc over the weekend. beth parker has the story. >> reporter: with the slam of a door, they begin a journey. roselynn isn't just looking for an apartment, she's starting over. >> there were times i slept in my car. and the worst thing is where did you go to the restroom? >> this person at times had no
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bathroom is an iraq war veteran. a master's degree in business and undergraduate degree from american university. >> i have skills but didn't have a job. >> she lost her home. >> we believe in helping you each step of the way. >> the dc housing authority veteran's affair supportive housing program is giving her a voucher for an apartment. >> through this program they've placed 130 veterans in homes and apartments in dc this year. >> when the real estate market turned, had a lot of vacant apartments. they've partnered with the housing authority to help themselves and vets. >> we don't see it as a risk. we see it as an opportunity to provide a veteran who served our country and give them the resources and the jump start to provide housing for them.
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>> 33% of homeless males are veterans. >> the people that we serve in our country -- because we should come home and able to get out the military and get a liveable job. >> albert was in the army for ten years. he never wanted to rely on family for help. >> i wanted to be a man and stand on my own 2 feet. >> they remain optimistic. applies for five job s a day. >> hopefully very soon i'll have a place of my own to lay my head. >> fox 5 news. >> still ahead, another plea to free a maryland man being held in cuba. >> plus a rescue mission to save a cat. got the details coming up next. >> and holly is hanging out at a unique restaurant. check back in with her a little later. 7:21 now. 
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a lawyer for the maryland man who is stuck in a cuban prison has written to the united nation's torture experts saying the treatment will surely amount to torture. the 63-year-old who had a long career in 50 countries is serving a 15 year sentence for spying. he's lost over 100 pounds and developed a growth on his right shoulder. nearly 300 janitors at medical center have filed a complaint demanding to be paid. the service employees say the janitors haven't received a paycheck from federal contractors in two weeks. a union rep says it hasn't been paid by the government. >> in about an hour, the superintendent will deliver the first state of the school's address. expected to speak about the future of the school
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system and honor the accomplishments of students in the district. in prince georges county, a cat sitting on a power line for four days brought out lots -- i thought he was going to say he brought out the lights. and finally the utility company. the cat had been perched above the neighborhood since thursday. back and forth from sitting on the lines to going all the way. pg and e crews were called them. the cat stared at the commotion. and of course what does it do? it jumped down 30 feet to the ground and ran off. >> all of that and the cat got down. >> isn't that how it works? >> yeah it is. what a waste of energy. anyway. the lakers hire a new coach and dc united is on their way home.
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sports breakfast is on next. >> what it means for the president foreign policy agenda moving forward. >> and as we head to break, a live look outside. look at that nice looking tree. not a lot of traffic out there. a lot of people staying at home. latest weather and traffic from tucker and julie when we come back. ♪
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let's talk sports now. soccer playoffs kick off this morning. tucker is happy. dc united. nick scores after a shot by one of his teammates. the dynamo would make a second half surge scoring three times to win 3-1. the second leg is next saturday at rfk stadium. not many people saw this one coming. i did. los angeles lakers signed mike antoni as the new coach. worth a mere $12 million. he has coached the suns and the knicks. known for fast paced offenses but no defense at all. widely speculated the team would rehire
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phil jackson and $10 million a year demand. they got a bargain. >> so what happened? >> he didn't want to do it. he didn't want to be a part time coach for $10 million. a picture of the science from lance armstrong. over the weekend armstrong tweeted this photo where he's sitting among his jerseys. his post said back in austin and laying around. he was stripped of those titles last month. he repeatedly used performance enhancing drugs. >> that's pure coincidence. come on. >> why did he tweet that? why? let it go for a while. >> not making you likable. and weren't all that likable to begin with. >> he's going to lose his last hand that way. >> he didn't tell anybody that. >> how do we know?
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>> nobody wants to listen to me when i start talking about sports cause they call me a hater. >> pretty much are. >> i am a hater but i'm just saying. >> i miss phil jackson. >> i don't. >> why? >> he comes back and stack the teams. whatever. whatever. >> the lakers do seem like they are stacked this year. >> that ship sales. >> i just like the lakers. . >> they need him. >> which is now. >> all right. let me give you the weather. >> $5 million for jackson to come to washington. >> i'm not sure he needs money at this point. he's had success along his career. >> and he's dating the boston's daughter. >> i got to do the weather. here's the temperatures. 71 at reagan national.
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yesterday. 70 dulles. b wi marshal. first time we hit 70 in the month of november november. not sure we're going to do it again. we'll get close today. and should be another comfortable afternoon. get out and enjoy the temperatures. by tomorrow, our high temperatures will be only about 50 degrees or so. much cooler. 52 in washington. 53 in annapolis. to the west and south. 41 in menassas. the clouds are going to move in before long as we will await the arrival of this cold front out to the west. bears football game last night, the rain what was bringing the action. cloud cover moving in from the west and you can see that right now we're still sunny and bright. but the clouds will move in later. mostly cloudy day. i think the rain showers are going to hold off. the good news the
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front is moving quick. tomorrow afternoon, right back into the sunshine along with drier and cooler conditions. forecaster today, 68. picking up a little later this afternoon. it will become cloudy but we should be dry. mile for this time of -- mild for this time of year. overnight maybe 10, 11:00, the showers will move in. here's your 7 day forecast. a.m. showers tomorrow, 52. and bounce around in the 50s but much cooler air on the way here for the remainder of the 7 day. let's do traffic. maybe she has sports to comment on. >> there's no hockey. nothing for me to comment on, you know. and i protest winter cause can't be winter if there's no hockey. that's my thing. all right. on the roads you'll find lanes are open if you are traveling the top surge of the parkway.
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westbound arcola. right now police are there help direct you through. we have traffic that was able to squeeze by. that's no longer the case. follow police direction when they are allowing traffic to squeeze by. the police will help direct you through there. 395 at the pentagon. traffic flowing freely continuing out towards the 14th street bridge. traffic flowing freely there and 50 headed past eastern, all lanes are open. that's a check of your fox 5 on time traffic. >> bomb shell dropped in the political world over the weekend. ci ah, director david patraeus resigns. raises a lot of questions and stands the impact of major foreign policy issues facing the obama administration. what happens in the deadly attack in libya. joining us this morning deputy
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white house editor for politico. good morning. good to see you. >> good morning. >> whenever we see stories like this come out, scandal really, those details leak out. what do we know? >> he was having an affair. the woman involved was his buyographer and appears to been prompted into threatening e-mails he stoent another woman who was working down in florida and that there was some level of threat that she had given that had been so great the fbi started investigating her e-mail and in investigating her e-mail found all of these messages back and forth that made them know there was an affair going on. >> and this was quite some time ago? >> that's right. we also know in terms of the timing on this that the fbi was investigating it over the summer but they did not inform anyone outside of the
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fbi until this past week the director of national intelligence was told about it and the white house was told about it on wednesday and president obama was told on thursday. >> do we know the nature of the threats or the reason why the fbi started looking into this at all of the other woman? >> we don't know what the nature of the threats were but something that prompted fbi investigation. must have been something glaring to get them involved into a pretty serious investigation. >> always feel -- in this case it is general patraeus. so how does that part play into all of this? how dangerous is this? >> there is a question of whether there was intelligence information, classified information that she had access to. does seem there was some of that. the question was how she received it. given the nature
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of the investigation so far, it does appear the fbi concluded it wasn't classified information he had leaked to her. >> also as we said in the introduction, we're waiting to find out what happened with chris stevens. how does the general play into this? will he still be expected to testify as someone who has a lot of the answers in what happened? >> as you know, he was supposed to be on capitol hill this thursday for a hearing of the committee to answer some of these questions and telling us what was going on from his perspective and now the acting director of the cia, his deputy, will go to congress instead. but that does seem to indicate that he thinks he will not be testifying. leading members of congress are saying that is not
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the case. >> we will find out what they are going to do. >> peter king who is the chairman of the homeland security committee and lindsay graham have both been among those to say he need to have him be there to answer questions about things under his tenure. >> i'm sure i'm asking too much for you to speculate but the timing on this seems very curious and even the fact that election day started to come out a little bit. anything to that? >> those are questions we're going to keep asking until we know more of the answers. possible it was purely a coincidence of when he was supposed to testify. this was an investigation that was going on over weeks and months and we'll know more as more of the story begins to come out. >> originally we asked you to talk about other things. moving forward after the election, what does happen now moving forward? are we likely to see a more
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aggressive president on foreign affairs? what are you hearing? >> for second terms president, foreign policy is an opportunity. leaders in the world stage. not just deal with congress. they can deal with foreign leaders and there are a number of big issues that are going on in the world that allow president obama if he wants to to take a very different leading roll. there's the iran situation and getting involved there in a different way. there's syria where the president has kept the u.s. mostly removed but could get more involved. there's of course -- >> often we heard the criticism has this president done enough. but it's typically in the second term the president trying to really step in. would that be correct? >> that's generally the way things have gone and president obama would say he's had his hands full. the economy is still in bad shape and he's been
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working on that. now, as the economy starts to improve, he'll be in a situation maybe to take more of a role. >> i hope you come back to see us. thank you for coming. this is edward i saac dloois dovere: we'll be right back.
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making headlines, bono will be at georgetown tonight. he will speak with creating change to the power of social movement. he's best known for music but he has been a force behind many organizations that promote positive change. he was named time magazine's person of the year in 2005. >> christmas tree is headed to dc. made a stop in denver. part of its three week 5,000 mile cross country road trip. picked from the white river
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national forest in colorado. expected to arrive november 26th. the tree lighting ceremony will be held next month. >> that time of year. >> long time before we hear jingle bells every five minutes on the radio. >> 71 degrees but cooler air on the way. enjoy today because today will be the last of the mild days. let's get started with a look at satellite radar. sunshine out there at the moment. but you can see clouds not too far out to the west. and moving in here shortly. it will be a partly to mostly cloudy afternoon. the rain showers you see moving into cleveland won't get here until later tonight. after 10 or 11:00 tonight. should be dry later this afternoon. cloudy and mild with temperatures in the upper 60s. let's take a look at future cast. put it in motion. here come the clouds and eventually the rain showers. there we are at 1:00 tuesday morning. so tomorrow morning you can see the rain moving
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through the area and the showers will linger. there we are at 9:00. left over showers and clouds. we're getting clearing by tomorrow morning. much of tomorrow will fay tour sunshine. blustery and much cooler. behind that front tomorrow, we will struggle into the low 50s. big cool down later tonight. there's your accu weather 7 day. sunshine relatively quiet weather pattern. temperatures on the cool side for this time of year. >> thank you. >> all right. time to check in with julie wright. >> we have one accident to report right now. this is what's tying up our drive in montgomery county. lanes are open along the top stretch of the beltway. but the accident activity has occurred here along westbound arcola and no one is able to get by. you can see through here, fire and rescue units on the scene tying up the roadway. no one is able to get
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by. traveling in on connecticut avenue, your lanes are open. continuing out towards the capitol beltway. southbound 270 good to go as well. hov rules lifted today on 270, 395 and out to the west 66. both the hov lines and the main line. no problems to report to the west. that's a check of your fox 5 on time traffic. >> thanks, julie. good morning. this koala bear is lucky to be alive after a brushfire. the animal was spotted sitting in debris. taken to an animal hospital for treatment. getting all better. >> good for him. just in time for breakfast. a restaurant specializes in eggs. >> here is holly to explain. >> they don't call it the
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incredible edible egg for nothing. we're live at the drafting table. coming up, we're going to introduce you to the 64 degree egg and a whole lot more as we are live at the gastro pubs in town. all live next on fox 5 morning news. stay with us. this year, america's privately-owned freight railroads plan to spspend $23 billion on their network. that's like building 4 nat's stadiums, 5 wilson bridges, and 8 dc convention centers...all in one year. and not a penny of it comes from taxpayers.
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freight railroads plan to spend $23 billion on their network. that's like launching 4 mars rovers, 10 gps satellites, and 20 space shuttles ...all in one year. and not a penny of it comes from taxpayers. let's say hello to our facebook fan of the day. we say good morning to sherice. she has been tuning in for 20 year ands a big fan of julie's traffic report and glad to be a part of the fox 5 team. for your chance to be tomorrow's fan of the day, leave a comment under sherice's picture. that smile is helping wake everyone up today. the staff is so crazy about
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eggs. they are crazy about eggs. they have offered to put one on every dish on their menu and not just for breakfast but for lunch and for dinner. >> eggs? >> all the time. >> drafting table is one of the latest pubs to hit the local dining scene. holly morris is there now. eggs all the time right? >> reporter: eggs all the time. it is an e ggceptional place. you don't have to get an ego every dish. but the option is there. it will only cost you $1. the executive chef here good morning to you. let's talk about the egg. where does one begin? >> let's begin with what we're going to do first and i'll show you the 64 degree egg. so this is a classic melt that i put down here. and toss that with ham.
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some cheese. got to have the cheese. >> i have to tell you, i went to brunch. this is the counterpart. >> it is. that has the ego top. we do it differently here. we have to mix it up. put that all together real quick. >> i hear my arteries clogging already. >> that's just to get everything warmed through. put it on to the broiler. put it brown and chris pee. put it on here for a second. >> this has been a french stable for years. >> yes. >> we're just doing our own. not trying to re invent the wheel or anything. >> redesigning it on one side. >> so brill it on both sides.
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so tell me about this 64 degree egg thing. >> sure. what you do is cook the egg at a specific temperature. and what that does is it gives you the ability to have a very custahdy texture. >> it takes time and patience. >> it does. >> yes. the cooking process itself is 48 minutes but you have to heat up the water and cook the eggs and cool the eggs down and heat them back up. it's a whole process for sure. used to like to cook eggs but this is high maintenance. >> this is our 64 degree egg. >> this is 64 degree celsius. >> that's how the egg naturally is.
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it's a slow process. doesn't have that harsh quick cook time. has a nice silkiness. >> why does it work on every item you serve on your menu? >> everybody likes that richness. everybody loves an ego the burger. it has that little extra umf that a fried egg doesn't have. >> and literally people have ordered it to everything you have? >> yes. as of last night we have added an egg to every dish. fried pickles to roasted chicken. burger or fries those are more popular item. >> i would not have thought about eggs and fries. >> people like to dip their fries in their eggs. >> of course they do. what was i thinking ? let's talk about this. you have special brunch items. >> we offer the eggs one or two ways.
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sunny side flipped. we do our own in-house baked beans, sausage. hash browns and we do this on a sour dough toast base. >> and of course there's eggs. >> and there is two of our brunch items. there are many options. >> do you ever get tired of eggs? >> i can always eat eggs. >> that's the go to standard line here at the drafting table which you should check out. only opened since september. my fox dc is our web site. we have a link to there ares. we've got even more eggstra special stuff. back to you in the studio. >> looks good. thank you. >> a destructive storm or the loss of a job.
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major natural or personal disasters could hit at any time. how to financially get ready for the worst before it's too late. >> as we continue to celebrate veterans, we are going to take a look at the best places to live after leaving the service when you are in the younger age. 30s, 40s. that's coming up next hour. stay with us. 
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this is fox 5 morning news. >> straight ahead at 8:00, new details about the other woman in the cia sex scandal that brought now david patraeus. and what's next for the chief? honoring the military men and women this veteran's day. how the president pause today remember our heroes and the best places to live for anyone returning home from live on the front lines. >> and later, racing mayhem. we're going to show you what led to this brawl at a nascar track. >> good monday morning. tony has the morning off. >> we can all agree the weekend
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was wonderful. and i like the idea we have a carry over. >> another day with warm temperatures. not as much sunshine as yesterday. 60s, can't complain about that. you can be complaining wednesday when it's cold. it won't be terrible but cooler starting tomorrow. here is a look at your radar and fay tours here. sunshine at the moment. clouds will be increasing shortly. mostly cloudy by afternoon. and the rain showers are going to move in. much cooler air behind the front. chicago is in the low 30s. and up ahead of the front, 50s. temperatures 20 degrees or so behind that front. you can see the progress there. rain showers not in the forecast today. they'll get in here tonight and early tomorrow morning. temperature right now 53. cool start to your day but not terribly cold. 54 at bwi marshal. forecast highs, upper
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60s to 70. a degree or two cooler. 68 in washington. 69 and mid 60 s north and west. a nice looking day temperature wise. more clouds than yesterday. >> we'll take it. >> let's check in with julie and get the latest on traffic. >> on time traffic brought to you by toyota. >> all right. we are busy clearing out an accident which occurred on the westbound side at georgia avenue. starting to see some traffic get by. for a while this intersection was shut down. traffic is able to move once again. this happens to be the hot spot for the morning drive. it's been quiet out here on the roads. hov restrictions have been lifted. and staying true to form. no problems on 395 headed from the pentagon across the bridge. that's a check of your fox 5 on time
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traffic. >> big story we're following this hour. officials say it was an e-mail that triggered an investigation into david patraeus and his biografher. >> may have had access to confidential information. melanie is live this morning with the latest. >> some close to him are saying they felt she had inappropriate access to the general and at times worried e two may have shared information in disregard of security procedures. fbi investigators determined there was no national security breech but he decided he needed to step down. the relationship between him and the woman who wrote his biography, contacted the fbi in
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may about e-mails which investigators traced to her. the secret affair could have posed a security risk and then there's the question of timing. he had visited benghazi to find out what happened himself. now with his sudden resignation, his deputy director will testify instead. they were blindsided and should have been confidentially notified. >> this is something that could have had an affect on national security. i think we should have been told. there is a way to do it and that is just to inform the chair and vice chairman of both committees. this has happened before not with precise same things but none of the four of us have ever
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breeched that confidentiality. >> also said she does not believe there's a link between the resignation and scheduled testimony. leaving open the option to subpoena him to testify about the attack anyway. intelligence leaders will hold meetings with the cia wednesday to discuss the affair and the investigation. turns his focus. on wednesday, he'll meet with business leaders. >> tax increases and spending cuts go into affect unless congress takes action to stop them. >> at 5 minutes after the hour, time for a check on some of the day's other top storieses. >> good morning. we begin in maryland with two late night fires. one happened this morning along the 300 block of wild willow way.
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took more than 75 firefighters to get the fire under control. it was a scene a few hours ago. this house was totally engulfed and considered a total loss. no one was hurt and still no word on what sparked either blaze. two weeks after sandy hit, more than 70,000 homes and businesses are still in the dark. most of the lingering outages are in long island. it's not safe to connect some of the homes but their wiring and other equipment is flooded. over the weekend, the lights went on for the first time thanks to generators. the monument is still closed to visitors. over the weekend, secretary toured the devastation. >> crews will be back on the scene of saturday's massive explosion. they are looking for what sparked the blast that killed two people and damaged dozens of homes.
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last night the community held a candle light vigil for the two victims. the blast could be felt more than three miles away. there is no sign of a gas leak and investigators have ruled out a bomb or a meth lab. and finally, it's said the twinkie can survive anything. anything except a labor dispute. hundreds of hostess workers are off the job walking the picket line. cut wages and healthcare. but hostess said a widespread strike would impact production and delivery. that would force the company to cut most of its 18,000 employees. so you might want to stock up on twinkies right now. >> can't endure a twinkie shortage. >> that's where we're going to draw the line. >> and the hohos. >> we hope that works out.
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we don't want to see anybody laid off. >> today marks the second day to two day tribute to america's veterans. honored the men and women by laying a wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier. the commander-in-chief called the wreath a memorial to every service member who has ever worn our nation's uniform. >> we take care of our own. we take of our veterans and your families. not just by saluting you on one day. but fighting for your families everyday of the year. that's our obligation to all of you. >> the president also said quote no ceremony no parade or handshake is enough to honor their service. since the
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holiday fell on a sunday, the federal government celebrates today. still ahead at 8:00, a link between autism and flu. the new warning for pregnant women. >> bracing for the financial storm after mother nature hits hard. sit down with money expert for a look at ways to make sure you are ready. we'll be right back. it's 8:09. 
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typically not a good combo, venice and a lot of rain. but guess what? days of heavy rain in that city in italy has raised the high tide to 6th highest level since they started keeping records 150 years ago. the famous city known for waterways is reporting a high tide of almost 60 inches. the heavy rains also forced 200n tuscany. >> look at that video. you see the waterway s normally but you
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can tell look at those tables there. indication of how high it is. >> i have yet to travel to that city. i need to hurry up and do that. >> we have a friend in the news room that says it's a beautiful city. >> tucker joining us now. you don't like to see that. >> no, you don't. all right. let's get to the cutest picture of the day. my first 5 photo of the day. and today we say hello a big happy birthday to logan nichole. >> happy birthday. >> our parents tell us they tune in every morning and want to start off her special day with her picture on the news. >> she is a stunning beauty. >> and the red heads are rare. >> sara, you are the expert. you should know.
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>> she's a cute little girl. >> her hair looks like -- what's the disney movie? >> from braids. that's like a guaranteed halloween outfit. she's beautiful. happy birthday. >> happy birthday. sara is going to research how prevalent red heads are. great big happy birthday. here's the deal, you are going to be enjoying sunshine for the next couple hours. should be dry for most of your birthday. the rain is not going to get in until later tonight. the rain showers out to the west pushing into central ohio and kentucky and the timing on the rain around here will be 10 or 11:00 tonight move in from the west and overnight and orally morning hours tomorrow. we should see sunshine along with cooler air tomorrow. here are your current temperatures.
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reagan national, 53 degrees. 50 in new york. focus if you would out to the west. columbus, 55. check out chicago. 30 degrees. so 25 degree difference this morning between the east and west side of that front. and cooler air will be moving in here during the day tomorrow. our high temperature tomorrow will only be 52. and even cooler tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow night and you can see the rest of the 7 day temperatures in the 50s. all right. that's weather. let's do practice and get the latest from julie. >> our new favorite ginger. that's cute. no accidents to report at this time. the crash we spoke of earlier has cleared. and lanes are open once again. lanes are open around the capitol beltway and keep in mind with the federal holiday, the hov restrictions have been lifted. beltway here, we had a
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spot of slow traffic, looks like things are starting to loosen up here. outer loop rolling strong. no problems to report. southbound i 95 and 295 quiet. and of course the beltway and wrapping it up herein bound new york avenue no issues to report continuing out towards the third tleet tunnel. that's a check of your fox 5 on time traffic. >> thanks so much. as if a hurricane wasn't enough, parts of the northeast are coping with a snowstorm. our area dodged the worst of mother nature's wrath. how unpredictable life can be. are you prepared to cope with the aftermath? home destroyed or maybe the loss of a job? joining us now with vice to make sure you are in the best shape, clark kendall. good morning. thanks so much for coming in. >> thanks for having me.
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>> let's start off with how you should be prepared. 3 to 6 months of savings just for whatever comes along. is that realistic or should it be more than that? >> really determining how much you should keep as emergency funds really depends upon two main criteria. one is your income. how predictable is your income. and the other is expenses. so i mean do you work for the military? are you a policeman or fireman? do you have predictable income in place? or are you a sales man? you might only be paid once or twice a year. those people need to have substantial amount of emergency funds and on the opposite side of the coin, one comes out to expenses. big mortgage, day care. if so, you need to keep additional funds on hand.
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so the national association of financial planners independent financial planners recommends 3 to 6 months worth of expenses to be held. >> now, i know we had questions to ask yourself, we could put up on the screen, if we could see those again. this is how you can calculate what you need to do. how long can you pay the bills with no new income. what are your total monthly expenses. and this is not talking about mortgage of the what are other things that people forget about? >> you have car expenses, day care expenses. grocery expenses. some people have health club, country club expenses. i need to pay rain or shine whether or not revenue is coming in. another thing i think people overlook is to maintain at least to build up some type of escrow for maintenance expenses. 1% of your home's value should be set
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aside as far as expenses. roof repairs, disher and washing machine go. if you've got a half million dollar house, plan to say $5,000 a year as far as maintaining that house to maintain the value especially in today's market. >> let's talk about investments and the importance. people kind of look back to the past when they saw what happened with enron and how people had so much of their money invested in the company they work for. do a lot of people do that? are they not diversifying? what do they need to do? >> there are three common mistakes that individuals make. one is having a concentrated stock portfolio. you work for the company for 20 years or accumulate funds for the employee stock purchase plan. you inherit it. your son or
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daughter tells you to buy something i and 7 years later it turns into apple and becomes very successful. almost like winning the lottery, you need to diversify that portfolio. people who work right here locally who work for loosened technology, those people who didn't diversify, their financial future has been changed. so you need to diversify and there are many different ways to diversify in today's market. second thing people don't do is to build up your war chest. take advantage of your employer's 401 k plan. 25 and 35% tax savings by contributing to this plan. and as far as an employer match. and probably the third thing i see time and time again is people don't diversify internationally. everyone thinks u.s., u.s., u.s. but the
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u.s. only produces 48% of the world's gdp. and we're lucky to have the u.s. gdp grow at 2% this year. the world's gdp, the brick countries, brazil, russia, india and china are growing 3 and 4 times. >> let me ask you this, a lot of people look at the money that they have left over trying to save. i think the biggest seems overwhelming cause you are told to have a savings account and contribute to the 401 k. how do you know how much to put where i guess? >> you know, there are rules of thumb to live by. my oldest daughter just graduated from college and she was do i participate in a retirement plan? and i told her save 10%. give 10% away and live 80% of your live with the remaining funds. if you follow that for a life
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time, you'll be financially healthy whether you are a missionary, a teacher. but you need to have that mental discipline. whether you like to spend your money sailing or traveling. >> okay. thank you so much. clark kendall for coming in. we appreciate it. >> i enjoy being here. thanks. >> 8:22. 53 degrees. coming up next, getting in the holiday spirit with what's new this thanksgiving and christmas. and later, the incredible egg. check in with holly live in northwest for a look at the health benefits of the breakfast and lunch and dinner. we'll be right back. 
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>> always exciting. >> yes, it is. >> helping veterans get a leg up as they embark upon new careers. >> a look at the best cities to settle down and what they have to offer after your service is over. >> first, a possible breakthrough in the fight over autism and linked to a mother's health. time now is 8:26. we'll be right back . when we switched to fios, we got better tv,
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with fios, the internet was five gabillion times faster. fios gives me way more for my money. my life is greatly improved because of fios. [ male announcer ] hurry. go to right now. a $5 amazon gift card could be waiting for you. there's no purchase necessary. welcome to life on fios. contact the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. i'd like to thank eating right, whole grain,
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autism? a new study says if a mother's immune system is triggered, could trigger the unborn child's brain development. had the flu while pregnant were more likely to be diagnosed with autism before the age of 3. but the children's overall risk for the developmental disorder was not higher. doctors stressed the research is new and not something mothers need to worry about sdmrchlt and new worried the war in syria is spilling into neighboring countries. killing 6 people and sending a dozen civilians to the hospital. the rebels overran that area. the serian opposition has elected a new leader in a move that will help them get financing and weapons. >> 8:30 now, turning attention to tucker and monday forecast. >> nice mild start to the day. temperatures in the 50 s and enjoy afternoon high.
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temperatures upper 60s. >> not bad. >> not bad. yeah. pre good. and enjoy because cooler air on the way later tonight as the cold front approaches. won't look quite as nice as sunday. temperatures should once again be on the comfortable side. 53 in washington. here we go, temperature s starting to warmup. 55 in fredericksburg. 46 in baltimore. fog that developed off to our north and east and holding temperatures down. here's a look at satellite radar. enjoy the sunshine. clouds will be moving in shortly. and i think many of our viewers out to the west getting in on the cloud cover. you can see breaks in the clouds. sunshine working in from time to time. and our temperatures once again up into the upper 60s near 70. we're not going to get a whole lot of rain but periods of rain overnight into tomorrow. quarter of an inch of rain and
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the other piece is it's moving fast enough to the east is we should clear out quick tomorrow and afternoon sunshine. much cooler air. today upper 60s. tomorrow 50. here's your future cast. rain showers moving through the recently on. and they'll linger into the morning commute. we still got the showers. that will start to scoot on in here as we get into the afternoon tuesday. cooler weather on the way. 68 today becoming cloudy. still mild. afternoon should be dry for you. tonight it will move in. winds south here 5 to 10. early shower tomorrow. 52 and then we bounce around in the 50s for the remainder of the week. a nice dry pattern getting into the weekend with sunshine for most of the week. that's a look at the forecast. over to allison for the latest. >> military veterans sometimes
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end their careers while still young and then have to compete for private sector jobs for people who have already made inroads in the civilian workforce. how can vets get a leg up? a new survey says there are cities that have a lot to offer to military veterans. joining us now is ward carol. editor of, a networking organization that offers free membership. this satellite tour is sponsored by the united service auto association and financial planning organization serving active duty military and veterans. it is good to see you. thanks for joining us. >> it's great to see you. i should mention i am the residence of the dc metro area. >> what areas made the list as far as great places for vets?
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first, let's talk about the criteria used to make this list in the first place. >> so this is the third year that usaa and have partnered to come up with this sort of list. the previous two years we focused on retirement eligible veterans. those folks bring to this transition problem some benefits and monies that those who are short of retirement eligible do not. and because of what's happening with the war in afghanistan, the ramping down, we wanted to focus on a younger demographic. about 25 to 34-year-olds and certain benefits, certain needs and wanted to focus in certain ways that are going to make that transition effective. the elements we put in the formula are things around education. using the post 9/11 gi bill.
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we talked about affordability in an area and also costs of living, housing markets, rent price ands other more subjective things, climate, that sort of stuff. the list yielded. one is a state by state list. >> interesting. number one is pittsburgh. and when i heard that, i was curious to know why pittsburgh. why did it rank up there at number one? >> well, when you take into consideration, and you put it into the formula, pittsburgh ranked well. if you look at the top 10, there are a number of rust belt cities that have emerged and i think what we're seeing here is that part of the country is reinventing itself for the 21st century. they have great secondary schools and great opportunities at the
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collegiate level. great industries that are different than the rust belt industries that really line up very nicely with the skill sets military veterans bring. >> alex an dri >> so in the state by state list, obviously, northern virginia has a whole bunch of industries and a whole bunch of agencies that are transferable and very military friendly. that's the nature of the dc/metro area. that obviously, is something that is not a stretch. some of these other cities we have on the top 10 list are not the ones that would come to mind. places like warren, michigan and cities like that. those aren't really military towns. we want to give people the most actionable starting point to make sure the
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second chapter is as rewarding as the first was. >> you talked about this age group we're talking about but fill us in on the roadblocks that communist. the real challenges that face these young men and women. what are the roadblocks this group is looking at? >> they are very unique to the post 9/11 war fighters. they have done 4 and 5 tours to places like iraq and afghanistan. so these guys and girls have done the hard work that we've asked of them. and that forced them to focus in ways that are intense. if you are manning a post in afghanistan or driving a vehicle through ied infested roads, you don't have time to think about next chapter of my life. now that they are coming back a father and husband again and
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thinking about what else could i do besides fight the nation's wars? those challenges are extreme and again, usa and want to make sure we assist them in ways that are actionable and take advantage of what it is they've done. >> you've been there yourself. 20 years in the military and returning. thanks keeping up the good work you are doing for these young men and women. >> it's been a gift. my pleasure. >> still ahead at 8:00, james bond's big come back. we call them tucker moves. >> but why racing fans thought they were watching a wrestling match in phoenix. we'll show you coming up next. eees, dndp l
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the redskins didn't lose this weekend. >> they are 100% on bye week. >> sports fans still planned to keep them busy over the weekend. wisdom is back with a look at sports. >> you know about the ravens right? >> was it a basketball game or a
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football game? the score is amazing. >> the ravens they did some workout there on the field. i'm in maryland, i like the ravens. the ravens gave their fans plenty to cheer about. they put in a record setting performance. let's go to the third quarter. joe throws this one down field and right on the money. 47 yard touchdown. and this is great. 105 yard kick off return for a touchdown. the raven evens set a club record for points crushing the raiders. 55-22. >> you don't give me the credit. i bow down to you. i stand corrected. they are 7 and 2 and play pittsburgh next sunday night. how about soccer? dc united off to a good start.
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united scored first when a shot hit the goal post and came back out who deflects his shot. but the bad news is three second half goals. and win this one 3-1. all right. how about baseball now ? the washington nationals are bringing back davy johnson as manager for one more season. announced the decision saturday. johnson will be the oldest active manager in 2013 at the age of 70. after the up coming season, he will move into a consulting role. national league manager of the year. the winner will be announced tomorrow. and finally, this is going to be a good one. a wild day at phoenix international speed way. jeff gordon initially wrecked clinton. boyer then took out his revenge.
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and it's coming up here. where is it? moments later the racetrack looked more like the wwe. and next thing you know everybody is brawling. fists are flying. where's the sportsmanship? where love people? something is going on. fists begin to fly between the drivers and the pit crews. the race had to be stopped. and kevin harvey took the checkered flag after yet another wreck on the final lap. >> exhausted just watching that. >> and all the fighting. >> isn't winning revenge enough? >> it should be. they should just hug it out. >> they are not going to hug it out. >> i'm done. that's it. >> thank you . >> time is 8:44 on this monday morning. and coming up next, sky fall rises to the top.
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third turn as 007 sets a franchise record. >> i can see why. >> then we know the staple is part of a balanced breakfast. good morning, holly. >> reporter: thank you. actually, you are right . we're talking about the staple of eggs. did you know that eggs are sexy? they are if you order them up here at the drafting table. we'll explain that. we are talking to an expert about how healthy eggs are. how many times a week shufb them for breakfast? we'll talk about it. stay with us. 
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page and leave a comment under cherisse's photo. >> appears the sky is the limit. >> record setting $88 million during opening weekend. tack on the $2 million it made during thursd the film of the series tops $90 million. dropped to number 2 followed by flight. the historical drama fae. >> lots to do at the movies for me. >> there's no place like home. blue pattern dresses she wore in the wizard of oz has a new home. the dress sold at an auction for wait for it, $480,000. 7 different dresses were made for garland to wear during that
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movie. a test dress worn close to a million dollars. i'm trying to figure out is this a model of the dress? >> it's like something from jc penny. >> other items include maryland monroe's skirt and a dress worn in the sound of music. >> cool though. >> jagger's moves are hitting the auction block. the first child is reportedly selling off love letters he sent her back in the 60s. >> why would he do it? >> the newspaper says she's selling them because she's broke. and the paper says they show a more sensitive and grounded artist. the inspiration for jagger's song, brown sugar. she needs some money. >> i guess. >> it's sad though.
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but i want to see them. >> put them in a book so it's out there for everyone to see. >> did you eat a good breakfast? if it included eggs, we are learning about eggs and how to cook them. and we have an expert to help over the confusion. holly morris has more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. and eggs is one of those things where at one moment they tell us it's good and then next they tell us you need to limit. we brought in aan expert and her name is catherine. are you putting eggs in? are they good for you? >> they are. they are good for you. some people have sensitivity to eggs oralergies. but for most people the average american is packed with nutrition, protein. good fat. yes, they are good for us. >> should you eat the yolks and
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the whites? >> i'm a believer you eat the whole egg. if you eat an apple, you eat the whole apple. the yolk has the good fat. the white has the good protein. >> we're going to continue to talk about nutrition but did you know eggs could be sexy? >> i did not. >> you didn't learn that when you were studying about nutrition? let me show you. she is the executive chef here at the drafting table. tell me about this sexy egg sandwich. >> it is quite sexy. really nice sour dough toast. a layer of p reshutto. and roasted red peppers. has a really nice light dressing to it. and we put in some eggs. >> and how long is the egg cooked? >> barely over easy. so they
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are nice and runny. you want the really messy yolk. that's what makes it sexy. >> it's a hot mess. >> we serve it with the yolk coming right out. so you can't help but to make a mess. >> how often should we really have eggs? >> really dependent on the individual. some people would need more protein in a day than others depending on activity level if they are a woman or a man. but a couple times a week. two to three times a week. eggs would be a great lunch. they are good foods . >> in the store now we see brown eggs and omega 3 eggs. large eggs, extra large eggs. how do you know which ones to
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get? >> the best eggs are the pasteured eggs. means the chickens are out in the pasteur eating what they are supposed to be eating. and those eggs are going to have a higher content of vitamins and minerals. and they are going to have more of the protein. >> what about the omega 3 eggs? >> that would be your next choice of eggs. >> brown over white? >> it doesn't matter. but if you see real eggs, they are going to be different colors. >> what about large, extra large? >> no. depends what size you want. before we go. you got one other brunch egg item. >> it is on our dinner menu as well. comes like this and on two plates. we have our sunny side up eggs in a broth and serve it with this toast. so the idea is you dip it into the
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egg yolk and soy. it's sweet and savory and salty. everything all mixed up together. >> which one are you taking? >> i don't know. they all look good. >> we'll have a little bit of everything. you can have a little bit of everything as well here. we have a link to theirs. they've opened this fall. so come out and hit one of the hottest new places in town. more coming up in our next hour. >> looks delicious. thank you. still ahead, stories from the front lines. courtesy of the veterans who were there. >> three local members of the military as our nation pauses to pay tribute to men and women in uniform. 8:55. we'll be right back. when we switched to fios, we got better tv,
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better phone, better internet. it was like somebody like took our computer, shook all the junk out of it. we're actually getting more for our money with fios. [ male announcer ] why settle for second best? visit now
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and see if you qualify for a $5 amazon gift card. there's no purchase necessary. there's at least three computers. [ girl 1 ] a tablet. [ woman 1 ] couple of gaming systems. we could all be running at the same time. we do not notice any dips. [ male announcer ] don't wait. visit us online right now to see if you qualify for a $5 amazon gift card. and while you're there, see how you can upgrade to 100% fiber optic fios internet, tv and phone for as low as $84.99 a month with no annual contract. with fios, the internet was five gabillion times faster. fios gives me way more for my money. my life is greatly improved because of fios. [ male announcer ] hurry. go to right now. a $5 amazon gift card could be waiting for you. there's no purchase necessary. welcome to life on fios. contact the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. this is fox 5 morning news. >> right now at 9:00, they
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fought. some lost their lives and we owe them our freedom. today we are honoring our nation's veterans. three local men who we metaphor the first time this morning to hear their war stories. >> the tragic downfall of an extinguished general and leader of our intelligence community. why did it have to come to this? >> then a small community rocked by explosion. reaction from neighbors. and the investigation into what happened. >> and on a much lighter note now, justin bieber and selinagomez calling it quits. good morning i'm allison seymour seymour. >> and i'm wisdom martin. tony has the day off. here's tucker barns. >> sunshie across

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